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Mad Pride

by Robert Dellar

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Mad Pride is set to become the first great civil liberties movement of the 21st century. Sick of discrimination, marginalisation, medication and being treated like shit, psychiatric patients are preparing to rise from the ghettos and make the world a fit place to live in. Featuring 24 authors - including Nick Blinko, Luther Blissett, Chris P and Fatma Durmush - boasting about the wild things they've done when they've been losing it and sharing their accounts of liberation through madness, this collection celebrates madness in all its forms as a means to all-out social revolution. Tough, uncompromising, subversive and very funny, this is a book that no one in their right mind will read. It reveals that madness, normally considered an unglamorous subject, is in fact all about sex, drugs, and rock n roll!

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